Yaskawa America, Inc. - Drives & Motion Division is a global leader in variable speed drives, motion controls and robotics. We look to hire people who value a positive work culture, want to be part of a winning team, and have a desire to learn and grow. Yaskawa's culture of continuous improvement values hiring individuals that are looking for the opportunity to stretch their current talents and skills to the next level and beyond.
This role is responsible for providing Pre- and Post-Sales technical support to Yaskawa Sales Channels and users of Servo and Motion Control products and technology. Providing product, application and process knowledge on automation products, systems, projects and solutions are key focuses in our Motion Division.
If you are a hardworking Electrical, Mechanical or Computer Engineer, this may be the perfect opportunity for you. Located in and supporting the West Coast U.S. area (e.g. Greater Los Angeles; Greater San Jose; Greater Portland; Greater Seattle, convenient to an airport).
The Regional Motion Engineer have:
We offer the opportunity to experience the excitement, challenge and rewards of working in an entrepreneurial, fast moving and fast growing team of motion control experts representing the world's largest and most successful motion solution provider.
Some key advantages to working at Yaskawa include: a global environment with interactions to numerous cultures, career opportunities in diverse areas, a highly competitive benefit package, including a generous 401(K) plan, profit sharing, corporate wide bonus plan, generous educational assistance programs and monetary rewards through Associate Recognition Programs. Yaskawa is an equal opportunity employer.Qualifications Skills Behaviors
Bachelors or better in Electrical Engineering or related field.Experience Licenses & Certifications
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities
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